Harris SSB Radio Has Noise Blanker

—Literature Available An optional accessory, now available with the Harris RF-3200 HFSSB radio, removes unwanted interference and provides clearer, staticfree reception.

The noise blanker is designed to improve the received signal-to-noise ratio in environments which are prone to impulse-type interference.

It is especially useful on boats with gasoline engines, auxiliary generators and motor-driven deck equipment, which often create high levels of static in HF receivers.

The Harris RF-3200 noise blanker automatically self-adjusts for changes in received signal strength and is immune to false triggering by out-of-band signals. The noise blanker is controlled by a convenient front-panel switch. The option can be factory installed at the time of order, or the radio can be upgraded in the field by a Harris service dealer.

The RF-3200 is a 125-watt single sideband (SSB) radio introduced by Harris late last year. It is readily expandable to accommodate other new features and options as they become available. Advanced telecommunications capabilities, such as Digital Selective Calling and ARQ modem interface, can be added by simply inserting printed circuit boards into empty slots built into the transceiver.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 94,  Nov 1988 Ohio

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